Parents Have Teeth to Look After Too

Once we become parents, our entire focus usually shifts to the needs of our children. We always worry if they are strong enough, healthy enough, or happy enough. We give them daily vitamins, we serve them nutritious foods, and we … Continue reading →

…about Miscarriage

Ask Mom at Last about Miscarriage Life is very unexpected and when the unexpected happens…you are caught off guard and confused. Connect with Mom at Last and receive support and advice from someone who has traveled through the same unexpected … Continue reading →

A Eastern European Homebirth Story

A Eastern European Homebirth Story…. My husband and I moved to his country of origin, in Eastern Europe, when I was 20 weeks pregnant with our daughter. As the plane took off, one of my worst pregnancy signs, the morning … Continue reading →

Advanced Maternal Age Outdated as Old Maid

"Advanced Maternal Age" Outdated as "Old Maid or Spinster"   This morning it occurred to me that the term “advanced maternal age” is as outdated as the term “old maid or spinster.” In the medical community, if a woman gives … Continue reading →

Benefits of Infertility Peer Support Groups

Infertility can be very emotionally draining. You may feel that your relationship is suffering from it, or that your self-esteem has taken a blow due to it. With all of the stress and anxiety that goes along with being infertile; … Continue reading →

A Girl Like Me

A Girl Like Me

A Girl Like Me: Books for Moms Niki Wetherall,  "A Girl Like Me" is a memoir  I have penned over a two year period. During times of great distress, I have found solace in the written word. This memoir depicts two … Continue reading →

A Child After 40

In 2010, the CDC reported that the only age group in the United States to show a RISE in birth rate were women over 40. For the last decade, we’ve seen similar dramatic increases in developed nations around the world. … Continue reading →